Israeli army tanks stationed at the northern side of the Gaza Strip fired several
shells hitting open areas in Beit Lahia town in northern Gaza strip, on
Wednesday morning.

No injures or damage were reported but the shelling created panic among the residents, this shelling violates the ceasefire deal declared three days ago by the Palestinians and the Israelis.

There has been also some plaesitnian violations of the ceasefire deal, when resistance fighters fired some home-made Qassam shells at Israelis targets yesterday.  No injuries or damage were reproted.

The firing of Qassams followed the assassination of a Palestinian resistance fighter Mahmoud Nasser and an elderly woman fatma Shreim, in the town of Qabatiya near Jenin in the northern West Bank on Monday.

Israeli officials said the ceasefire deal does not include the West Bank and that the Israeli army will continue its military activities in the West Bank areas.

On Tuesday, Yassin Saba'na, leader of the Islamic Jihad in Qabatiya escaped an assassination attempt by a special Israeli undercover troops.  Troops, who entered the town wearing civilian outfit and driving a Palestinian-plated car, kidnapped Amjad hanaysha 25, one of the leaders of Al-Aqsa brigade, the armed wing of Fatah.

Palestinian  resistance groups warned that the ceasefire deal will not last long if not include the West Bank.